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Albazinskaya expedition starts a set of volunteers
Amur State University (AMSU) has opened a recruitment of volunteer students to participate in the fourth season of field archaeological research as part of the Albazin expedition in the Skovorodinsky district of the region. Children are expected not only to excavate at the site of the monument "The settlement" Albazinsky ostrog ", from which the development of the Amur region by Russian explorers began in the 10th century, but also lectures, master classes, and cultural events. It is assumed that the field season of the cultural and historical project will run from June 15 to August XNUMX.
The Albazinskaya Expedition was initiated and organized by the Petropavlovsk Foundation together with the Center for the Preservation of Historical and Cultural Heritage of the Amur Region in 2011. The project involves a complex of activities of a different nature. In particular, the conduct of archaeological research at the site of the monument of federal significance “The Settlement“ Albazinsky Ostrog ”with the use of high-precision technologies; support and modernization of the largest cultural institutions of the region; research work with artifacts; replenishment of museum funds; restoration of historical and cultural monuments; educational work through the publication of scientific articles in major specialized publications and participation in specialized events; patriotic work with young people.
Within the framework of the project, the Foundation closely cooperates with the Ministry of Culture of the Amur Region, the Amur Regional Museum of Local Lore. G.S. Novikov-Daursky. The project involved experts from the Institute of Archeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, specialists from the Museum of Anthropology of Moscow State University, the Center for the Preservation of Historical and Cultural Heritage of the Amur Region, the Khabarovsk Regional Museum named after N.I. Grodekov.